Lately, I've been vocalizing that we'll probably not be able to trade down, as there seems to be no player likely available at #7 that would cause somebody to trade up..... However, I was concentrating on teams drafting after us. Let's say Atlanta drafts whomever is on the board of Long, Dorsey, or Long at #3.....could they then trade up to #7 to get Ryan? If they select Ryan at #3, they won't be able to get a stud on one of their lines. I'd have to see if Atlanta can afford two top-seven salaries. Or if they can manipulate the rookie cap to do it. They have two #2s as it is. Perhaps they would trade both #2s and a 4/5 and their #1 next year? Problem would be that the Patriots wouldn't get a pick in the first round, but with #37, 48, 62, 69, 94 in the first three rounds, they have plenty of ammunition to move back up into the first to snag somebody they really like, plus get another (likely high) first rounder for next year. I see it as fairly unlikely, but Atlanta could be our most probably trade partner. Dimitroff there certainly won't hurt. Could this work? Should BB do it, presented with the opportunity?